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Ministry of GossipNaomi Watts has been announced as our new on-screen Princess Diana. Naomi Watts has been announced for that role in the film "Caught in Flight," long thought to be cast with Jessica Chastain....
Ministry of GossipHere's some news: Some people are shooting a movie about Princess Diana, that 20th century saint who kept the glittering-castle fairy tale alive by giving us two handsome princes. And those filmmaking people have cast an American woman, Jessica Chastain,....
Show TrackerIt appears you won't have Adolf Hitler to kick around anymore, with your ironic subtitling and pop-cultural commentaries. According to Reuters, the Hitler Internet Meme Videos, also known as the Hitler Rant Parodies and the "Downfall" Mash-Ups, for...
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer"Help me," the young woman screams. "They're coming, they're among us." No one on screen is paying attention, but we know what it means. That's right, the body snatchers are once again on the prowl. "The Invasion," starring the upscale duo of Nicole...
Zap2It.comEnough with the snatching, already. Originally serialized in Collier's in 1954, the Jack Finney story "The Body Snatchers" has spawned four official film versions, two of them (1956 and 1978) terrific, plus dozens of genetically mutated variations on a...
Tribune movie critic2 stars (out of four) Enough with the snatching, already. Originally serialized in Collier's in 1954, the Jack Finney story "The Body Snatchers" has spawned four official film versions, two of them (1956 and 1978) terrific, plus dozens of genetically...
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A psychiatrist (Nicole Kidman) works to protect herself, her son and her semi-platonic pal (Daniel Craig of "Casino Royale") after an extraterrestrial species starts turning most of the planet into emotionless pod people. Big question: Do we really...
Tags: Nicole Kidman, Daniel Craig, Death, eBay Inc., Entertainment
Sun Movie CriticWe do D.C. well," says Jack Gerbes, director of the Maryland Film Office, and that's why Baltimore will host Nicole Kidman when she heads the cast of the Warner Bros. sci-fi thriller Invasion this fall. The star, who won an Oscar for portraying a suicidal...
Sun Movie CriticFinally, a movie where Baltimore gets to play Baltimore - and starring Nicole Kidman, no less. The Visiting - formerly known as Invasion - begins filming here Monday. But a news conference featuring its stars and director was held yesterday in...
Tribune movie criticThere's an old cliche of movie history that really fits this year's movies: The films of 2005 -- especially the best ones -- kept shifting between the two great movie extremes of realism and fantasy. Sometimes, they plunged us into harsh truth, as with...
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